Supreme Court of Justice issues arrest warrant for Leopoldo López

The Supreme Court of Justice of Venezuela reported Thursday that a Court in Caracas has rescinded the home detention measure against Leopoldo López “for flagrantly violating it, in addition to violating the measure referring to the condition relative to political pronouncements by conventional and unconventional, national means and international, demonstrating with it the non-subjection to the measures “.

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Thousands of Venezuelans took to the streets of Caracas to support the opposition’s offensive

Caracas woke up with the corneteos of the cars, shouts and cacerolazos. From early, without much information of what is happening, thousands of people moved to the military base of La Carlota. In the absence of transportation, groups with flags were seen walking along the highways that were then concentrated in front of the military installation, a huge esplanade located in the center of the city crossed by the main highway and the Guaire River. There were from a quarter to six in the morning (local time) the opposition Juan Guaidó with Leopoldo López, deputies of the National Assembly and other political leaders.

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Guaidó freed Leopoldo López from his arrest and summoned the military and the people to take “the streets of Venezuela”

The offensive launched early this morning by Juan Guaidó to break the regime of Nicolás Maduro with the support of the Armed Forces has left, hours later, the photograph of an unequal battle. The support of a group of soldiers was enough to liberate, with a blow of effect, the opposition Leopoldo López from his house arrest. However, the operation failed to break the military leadership. The day ended with hard clashes between security forces and Chavistas in opposition to supporters.

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